Arriving by car

  • Direction from Stuttgart/Munich: Exit the highway A8 by “Ulm West“ to  the B10 directed to “ Ulm/Friedrichshafen” and finally leave it at the Exit “Wissenschaftsstadt-Universität”. After approximately one kilometer turn left at the traffic lights entering “Albert-Einstein-Allee” to the “Universität-Science Park”. After 200 meters you have to turn left and after another 20 meters turn left again. Now you are on the “Helmholtzstraße”. If you stay on it to the end, you will be right in front of the buildings 18, 20 and 22 of the faculty of mathematic and economics. In close environment there is a park deck, also there are many parking sites which are connected with the “Helmholtzstraße” through sidewalks.
  • Direction from Nürnberg/ Würzburg: change the highway at “Autobahnkreuz Elchingen” from the A7 to the A8 directed to Stuttgart. Exit the A8 at “Ulm West”. And follow the description to the “Helmholtzstraße” given above.
  • Directions from Kempten/Memmingen: Exit the A7 at “Autobahnkreuz Hittistetten” to the B10  stay on it through the city and take the exit “Wissenschaftsstadt – Universität” and follow the description to the “Helmholtzstraße” given above.

Arriving by airplane

In Stuttgart and Munich are the closest international airports. In addition there are regional airports in the closer environment. A bigger one in Friedrichshafen, which usually offers scheduled flights to a lot of German cities. Also a small one in Augsburg which only offers the opportunity to travel to some German cities. From these 4  cities there are usual and direct direction by  public transport. 

Travelling with public transportation

Ulm is a stop on the ICE line Stuttgart-Munich and there are also direct connections by train from most big German cities. From central station the bus lines 3 and 5 to “Wissenschaftsstadt” drive to the University at a 10 minutes interval. You have to exit at “Botanischer Garten” (look at the map below which shows that it is a approximately 10 minute walk). The buses also stop at the south and the north of the university.